Hotel Rural San Roque

Address: Paseo Maritimo 57-59, Pitres, Las Alpujarras, Province of Granada, Andalucia, 18414, Spain | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Paseo Maritimo 57-59, Pitres.
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      Impossible Anchorages

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 17, 2014

      We did a little better with the wind the next day, although the spinnaker was up and down all day as the wind came and went.

      Frustratingly, despite our having picked out what looked like a perfect anchorage, we found that we were again unable to anchor - and not for lack of trying! One spot shelved off too quickly, and another, supposedly sand, was a flat rock bottom, not ...

      Cerro del Pozuelo

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Nov 04, 2013

      9 photos

      ... the drive to Albunuelas is interesting, passing through several villages, including Melegis, Restabal and Saleres. The final bit of the road into Albunuelas is a dead-end.

      My information sheet on the walk tells me I'm looking for Calle de la Estacion - Station Street - as the starting point for the walk. It seems unlikely that this place ever had a railway line or a station, so the origins of this name are somewhat obscure. The village once had lead and nickel mines ...

      Part 2.

      A travel blog entry by jonnystanners on Jul 13, 2013

      10 photos

      ... fellow and cycling to this point from Murcia this would have been a step beyond the grain and would possibly have caused my body to finally refuse to continue - I sat opposite a particularly genial and comical caballero who proceeded to wax lyrical for 2 hours on everything Andalusian. My belief is that he was fully cogniscent of the fact that I was understanding about 1% of his dialogue and was in no way tricked by my claro's and vale's and ...

      Help me, I'm ambitious!

      A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jun 05, 2013

      3 comments

      ... to continue my journey here.

      Yesterday, my professor recommended a tapas bar that served sushi. I went as soon as classes were finished and they were SO GOOD! I'm glad that I'm finding some foods that I miss from home, right here in Granada. Of course, I have eaten a lot of paella and gazpacho but nothing really beats good fried rice and a roll with salmon and tuna.

      I'll post pictures of Lagos as soon as I arrive! I miss everyone back home, thanks for reading!
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      Majalijar

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Apr 09, 2013

      14 photos

      ... carefully mark the spot with a waymark on my GPS - if for any reason I have to come back this way, I've got to find this spot again because there aren't any alternatives and it isn't obvious from above. The scramble continues to the summit, with a good deal less difficulty - I'm almost walking normally by the time I get there.

      From this subsidiary summit, I can see all the way along the ridge to the very top. It doesn't look too bad - there's a second subsidiary summit, then ...